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# Should ranks be displayed for all users for the week instead of only the top users of the week?

Note by Aakash Kansal
5 years ago

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I could see, within each level maybe expanding the leader board to like the top 10 or 20 as opposed to the top 5. I don't think people should have to stress out every week about having their name on the very bottom and feeling like they are the worst on the site.

- 5 years ago

Users at different levels get access to problems of varying difficulty, and hence different number points. You cannot compare a Level 1 user who scored 300 total, against a Level 5 user who scored 300 total. Hence, we keep the leader board within each Level where there is consistency.

Staff - 5 years ago